The aim of the European Days for Sustainable Circular Economy event is to promote a low-carbon, climate resilient circular economy. The webpage of the event is: https://edsce19.eu/. This flagship event was held 30 September–1 October in Helsinki in connection with Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The event consisted of three parallel conferences:
· CE 2019 Conference – Sustainable transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient circular economy: creating the knowledge base
· Manufuture 2019 Conference – Sustainable and Smart Manufacturing
· SI 2019 Conference – Sustainable innovation
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Are you looking for effective and practical tips to prepare a project proposal in Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 5 “Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials”?
The NCPs CaRE network prepared an interesting material that can guide you in drafting your project proposal!
Have a look for our new “E-booklet of Best Practices” that you can now download from a section ‘Useful Guides’ at the NCPs CaRE website. In specific, focus on Chapter 8 “Analysis of the Evaluation Summary Report and Results of the questionnaire for evaluators” which highlights:
- the most common strengths and weaknesses of each of the Horizon 2020 assessment criteria (excellence, impact, implementations), based on the analysis of 100 evaluation summary reports of environmental projects in years 2014-2015,
- expert evaluators suggestions and observations
The valuable feedback of experts and the results of analysis of evaluation summary reports resulted in a short and practical guide for applicants (“DO’s and DON’Ts for applicants’) also available in the section ‘Useful Guides’ at the NCPs CaRE website. The document focuses on different evaluations criteria and helps applicants to improve their project proposals, especially with regards to writing the three separate sections of a H2020 proposal, namely Excellence, Impact and Implementation.
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